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EVttNINO DULLETIM, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1901.
'' '' Ltais of
Oceanic ' Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leaye this port as hereunder:
, FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma Jan. 29
Mariposa .....,..i Feb. 9
Sierra '. Feb. 19
Zealandla Men. 2
Ventura Mch 12
I I . '
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any mil
road from San Francisco t, all points In the United States, and fromNew
iTork, by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR' FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, Tojo Kisen Kafsba
...... Otaaaar, o! lb. abor, coapenie. will call tt
For Japan and China:
Hongkong Mini Jimmy ji
Chlni February I
Doric , February 16
Nippon Miru... February 6
Rio de Janeiro Marcht
Coptic Mitch 14
tt geeecal lnforraa:loll spy o
H. Hackfeld &
J-V3ubii ol tha abora tint. raBotn? Is coutctloa with tt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
fltWMQ Vancouver, B, C, anl Sydney, N. S. W., ail caillnr at VlctorU. C. C, Koootsln nl Brlibaot
m HITH AT :iONOLl)I.ll do or iboul the latea Uhv ilti4 Tift
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
... Jan. 10
Warrloioo..... June 8
Mrlbruutb ticket liiueJ froa Honolulu to Cat a I a, Ualte4 Slate and Europe. For Frelcfat aol
Pttut and all f antral Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcs & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
8. 8. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for Ban Fruncisoo, en route to Honolulu.
To befollowed by 8. S. Ore&onlan. March loading.
Freight received at company's wh'trf, 42d"Stfeet, SoUtrfBrooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. H ACK FELD & CO., LTD.,
Wiider's Steamship ' Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
RING UP THE. .
C - L. - U - B
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
sis fobt (mucin
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phone, 819 and 7lt.
.- O. H BELLTMA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AID SOIL FOR SALE.
W&T Dump Carts furnished by the da
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's otace.
Saf C8, Pianos',
Draya Top Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast nd we checfi
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblte and Blick Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, M'c-'r.
lioneial Manage ot
Tb Iqaitablo Life Assurinc 8oci.
Or" th United btateafoi tht Hawaii,
OfTUMi Merchant trawl, Hot'
Si. PHILLIPS k UO
Wholesale Importer and Jobbttt
iaropjw. and American D7 loot
go 1 and Queen Btiiti.
H. HAOKFELD A GO.,!
IEKEBAL COMMISSION ABEITS
Cot. Foil and Quean BtrMii Uovuh
trani: '' "" "'
FOU SAN FRANCISCO.
Zealandla Jan. 31
Sierra Jan. 29
Mariposa Feb 13
Alameda Feb. 18
Zealandla Mch. 6
Sonoma ..Mch. 12
Honolulu end leava UIi poll on of asoit 1
For San Francisco:
Nippon Miru February e
Ntode Janeiro, February it
Coptic . i February to
America Mint March r
City ot Piking Mint! 8
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Fof Victoria tad Vancouver (B. C).
Warrlmoo Feb. i)
Mlowtra t.Mar. ij
Aorangl ...April to
Warrlmoo. tt. ... May I
Mlowera... June 3
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Birber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs. " '
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
15 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T.'a.,
'47 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. B. & L. Go.
From and After' January 1, TRW.
STATIONS. Di7 0.117
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K. C. Smith, Qen'l Paaa. ft Ticket
(i. V. DsNiimw. Hurwrintsmloni.
Violin - Studio
ROOM 4, LOVE BUILDING.
Mrs, Addis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mljjnon"
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. lfa7-tf
E. K. KAJlI,
Teacher of ' .itar, Mandolin, Zltba'
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Orden to be left oare of Wall, Ulchol
Oo r Vtrom Mnalo Oo.'a 1M'
1 1 J6
Pull Moon on the 3d at G:00 a. m.
Tho tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Oeodetlc Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Btandard Tlmo Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that ot the meridian ot 167 30. The
time whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which
In tho eamo as Orccnwtch Oh, Om.
MuHters of vessels sailing from Ibid
port (of San Francisco will find there
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlu
OfTlce located In the Merchants' Ex
change, whero Is maintained (or their
ncneflt (ree of charge, complete sets
of charts ?nd directions of the world.
Latest information can bo obtained re
girding lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to ocein
MOVEMENTS OP STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to salt (or the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
DORIC Yokohama Jan. 2(i
SIERRA Sydney Jan. 2!
SONOMA S. P. Jan. 29
HONOKONO MARU S. F. ....Jnn. 31
NIPPON MARU Yokohama ..Feb. 2
China S. F Feb. f.
MARIPOSA S. F Feb. 0
RIO DE JANKIROr-Yokohama.Fcb. 12
WARRIMOO Sydney Feb. 13
DORIC S. F. .. Feb. 10
AORANOI Victoria v. Feb. 1C
ALAMEDA Sydney Feb. 18
SIERRA S. F. Feb. 19
COPTIC Yokohama Feb. 19
NIPPON MARU S. F. Feb. 2(1
Steamers. For. Due.
DORIC S. F. Jon. 20
ZEALANDIA S. F. Jan. 31
SIERRA S. F. Jan. 29
SONOMA Sydney Jan. 29
HONOKONO MARU Yoko'ma.Jan. 31
NIPPON MARU S. F. Feb. 2
CHINA Yokohama Feb. 8
RIO DE JANEIRO S. F. Feb. 12
MARIPOSA S. F. Feb. 13
WARRIMOO Victoria Feb. 13
DORIC Yokohama Feb. 10
AORANOI Sydney Feb. M
ALAMEDA S. F. Feb. 18
SIERRA Sydney Feb. 19
COPTIC S. F. Feb. 19
NIPPON MARU Yokohama... Feb. 20
A government transport from San
Francisco, carrying mall, Is duo about
the 9th and 23d of each month.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Office of the U. S.T.lghthouse Inspector.
Twelfth District, San Francisco.
Cal., Dec. 21, 1900.
San Francisco Entrance, California
Notlcels hefflby given that tho main
moth nun buoy, painted red, numbered
2, marking Fort Point Ledge, Sail
Francisco Entrance, California, has
gone adrift. It will bo replaced at the
earliest date practicable.
This Notice affects the List of Ren
cons and Buoys, Pacific Coast, 1900,
By order of tho Lighthouse Board,
Commander, IT, S. N.,
Inspector 12th L. H. District.
LATEST FREIOHTS AND CHAR
TERS. Am. bk, C. D. Bryant, for Hawaiian
ports, 823 tons, Colly, pass and mdno
from San Francisco to Honolulu, In
Hawaiian line, by Williams, Dlmond
Am. bktn. Planter, 498 tons, McNeil,
pass and mdse from S. F. to Honolulu,
In Hawaiian lino; Williams, Dlmond
Am. schr Chas. E. Falk, 245 ton,
lumber from dray's Harbor to Honolu
lu. Am schr Rosamond, 985 tons, Waril,
pass and mdse from' S. F. to Honolulu
In Hawaiian line.
Am schr Jennie Wand, Chrlstonson,
at Eureka; lumber thence to Hllo.
Am schr Serena Thayer, nt Tacoma;
lumber thence to Kahulul.
SAILED FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Am bk Diamond Head, Peterson, for
Honolulu; pass and mdse, Jan. 10.
'9ttu bg W. 0. Irwin, Gencraut, pass
and mdse for Honolulu, Jan. 10.
Am schr Emma Claudlnn, Mlkelson.
pass and mdse for Mfthiikona. Jan. 10,
Am sp Falls of Clyde, Matson, pass
and mdse for Hllo, Jan. 10.
A libel In admiralty was tiled on
January 17 In the United Stales Dis
trict Court at San Francisco by Charier.
Sheaf. William Moyera and F. V .Mil
ler, ngalnit tho Amerlcin-Hawallai;
Steamship Company, to recover $19x
07, alleged to bo due the complalnnnts
for wages 11s seamen on the CMmalilp
The Zealandla which arrived in port
last Friday night brought freight con
signed to 2G5 different concerns In Honolulu.
HEAVY ARMOR PROMISES
TO 00 OUT OF FAVOR
Speedy Ship With Rapid Fire Guns
Seems 1o be General Tendency
Substitute for Steam will
The twentieth century Is destined to
witness somo very Important new de
partures In the art of naval warfaie,
and the most notable of these may be
the disappearance of armoured ships
(says an authority In tho "Cosmopoll
tnn") My notion Is that fifty years
hence the armour-clad fighting vessel
will be as completely out of tin to as Is
the armoured fighting man today.
The typical warship of the twentieth
contry of fifty years hence, let us say.
will be exceedingly swift and readily
dirigible, so as to maneuvro with case.
It will carry a great many guns ot
moderate calibre, the very large shl,)
cannon of today being dispensed with,
and nil of them will be of the rapid firn
kind, while tho shells will bo loaded
with high explosives cnpablo of cnor
mous destruction. It Is obvious that,
If the warship of the future Is to'havo
great speed. Its motive power must be
Engines will doubtless bo improved
very much, but my belief Is that some
far moro efficient substitute -will lf.
found for steam as a propelling agent.
What that substitute will be nobody
can say. though electricity seems mure
likely than anything else. In tho pres
ent state of the electrical art that force
Is not available for such use. Inasmuch
as storage batteries would weigh too
much; but later discoveries mny dn
away with the necessity of employing
accumulators. Introducing somo new
and easy method ot producing and ap
plying electric energy.
It docs not seem too much to ex
pect' that the cruiser of the twentieth
century, with her Improved machinery
and new motive power, wlllj have ,1
steaming radius twice as great as that
of the best vessel ot her type today. In
other words, she will bo able to travel
twice us far without a fresh supply of
fuel. Our fastest naval greyhound, the
Minneapolis, has a steaming radius of
about nine thousand miles, and, on tho
basis suggested, the swiftest' fighting
craft of fifty years hence (not including
torpedo boats) could make a voyage of
eighteen thousand miles at a stretch,
without entering a port. This ship of
the future will payess an astonishing
activity, traversing Immense distances
at a high rate of speed, and with, a
small consumption ot fuel. A very no
table point about our warships of tho
present day Is their low fuel consump
tion on long voyages; but this has al
ways Implied slow going, tho coal con
sumption running up with a startling
multiple when speed Is Increased.
Tho use of tho torpedo In naval war
fare will bo greatly developed In the
course of the next fifty years. Of hi
employment of torpedo boats I have al
waya been a strong advocate; but the
lessons of recent history point to the
conclusion that small craft of this kind
aro too vulnerable to be of much practi
cal service, unless for scouting duty or
to steal upon an unsuspecting too at
night. This latter move. Indeed, Is
rendered almost Impracticable by tho
detective searchlight. Probably the tor
pedo boat ot the future will be of con
siderable slie.and will carry a fair bat
tery of rapid-firing guns, so as to bo
able to put up some sort of fight, while
seeking a chance to deliver Its more
deadly and destructive missile. I am
Inclined to think that the pneumatic
gun will be dispensed with. Its rango
Is very short, and Its trajectory so high
as, to make accuracy ot aim difficult.
Besides, what will be tho use of It when
ordinary guns throw high explosives?
As for tho rango of ship cannon, tt Is
not likely to be Increased for there
Is no object In throwing a shell ten or
fifteen miles when a ship Is concealed
by tho curvature of the earth at seven
miles. Furthermore, war vessels would
hardly begin an action until within two
miles of each other. One Important
new departure will be the adoption of
some sort of paint for ships' bottoms
which will prevent them from fouling.
Thirls a matter of the utmost Import
ance, Inasmuch as a foul bottom cuts
down a ship's speed and greatly In
creases her consumption of fuel.
The submarine boat. In my opinion,
has a great future before It. In har
bors It can hardly be operated with
Bafety, owing to obstructions particu
larly torpedoes In war time. It needs a
clear field, and Its most effective work
will be done outside the mouths ot
harbors, perhaps running out on tho
surface of tho water for the sake of
clear vision nnd then diving to nt-
tack the enemy. It may be that somo
tlmo In the future warships will carry
BUbmarlno boats for torpedo service ut
sea. The question Is chiefly ono of
weight; for. If such a boat can be made
light, there Is no reason why It shoull
not be carried on the deck of a large
man-nf-wnr, Just as enormously heavy
steam launches aro a part of the equip
ment of a modern battleship.
Cartaln Fv.in nfthe BrltUh shin Coh
wav Castle, at Callao. report', under date
nf August 27th, tint he rassed disturbed
w.Ver In latitude 17 dee, 3 mln. south,
longitude tc8 deg 37 mln. west, and at
the time the ea was breaking over to a
height nf about twenty feet. The ciptaln
came to th conclusion that a rock or reef
was near the surface and the matter hai
bren, made the sublectof a pi.tlfictt'n sent
nut to mariners by the Hydrographlc
SNOW CARGO 8UNK HRR.
A most unique accident happened In
Vancouver harbor on January 9th.
when the handsome pleasure stea.ii
yacht Mowhawk slowly sank beneath
tho placid surface of Burrard Inlet. Tho
yacht was owned by B. T. Rogers, man
ager of the British Columbia Sugar Re
finery, who Is at present In Honolulu.
Rogers engaged two men to wntch the
yacht day and night. These men ne
glected to do so, and ns a consequenct
the yacht took on a cargo of snow that
eventually wrecked her where she lay
nhchorcd, within ten mtnuteV rowing
distance from the shore.
The snow1 plied up on her deck four
feet deep, and during a choppy sea be
came soaked with water, which caused
it to freeze solid. This freezing pro
cess was completed at 7 o'clock this
morning, when the steam yacht sank
from view. It Is not probable that It
can bo raised. The yacht was brought
from Japan last summer by Rogers at
nn expense of 25,000 and ho spent $10.
000 In handsome appointments after
tho yacht reached here.
Another (earner of large capacity Is to
be chartered by the Panama Railroad and
Sieamshlp Company for the line between
San Francisco and Panama, negotiations
being now under way, and the name of
the vessel will probably be made known
today. The St. Paul and the Roanoke
were chartered' the company some
weeks ago, and botli have tak;n full car
goes of freight and numerous pasaengets
for New York, via Panama direct, but the
need of still another steamer Is keenlv felt
by the company. Fred F. Co'inor, local
agent of the Panama Rallr ad Company,
Is of the opinion that another steamer Is
absolutely neceiary In order to provide
for a sailing eery two weeks, which has
already been found deslrab e. Proper con
nections with the Panama Company's
line on the Atlantic coait, from Colon to
Ne York, can scarcely be effected under
the present arrangement of dispatching a
steamer from here every three weeks. A
cut In pisstnger rates to New York, by
way of Panama, has already been made
by the new comprtltn- of the Pacific Mall.
Georgo H. Walsh and Pred Lawrcneo
first nnd second butchers on tho traitn
port Warren, nnd Louis Staph, night
watchman on tho esscl. nre In Irons nt
Manila, charged with selling the ship'
stores for their own benefit, the
charges having been preferred by the
chief steward, Pfelffer. He claims that
the men had been systematically rob
bing the Government.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 centa.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
The annual meeting of the PACIFIC
CLUB will be held FEBRUARY 4th.
1901, at the Club Home at 7:30 P. Al.
174,-ot e. 0. d. Secretary.
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and tesprctfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customer
of the latter mill company.
1716 tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
frtfli hnMert nr hrh, nntlfi,. that th
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
jne-nau qouars per snare on ine iapitai
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
3RAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabli
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned
III Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Hrmnlulu. June 1. 1000 if$r
The only persons having authority tc
make collections for THE HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC COMPANY. LTD.. are
those wearing The Hawaiian Electric Cony
pany, Ltd., badge, marked COLLECTOR
No's. 8, 9 or 10.
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD.
Olaa Sugar-Co., Ltd. x
The stock transfer books of the Olaa
Sugar Company, Limited, will be closed
to transfers from January lOth to 30th,
both dates Inclusive.
ELMER E. PAXTON,
Treasurer Olai Sugar Company, Ltd.
Dated: Honolulu, T. H,, Januuy 15,
OLAA SUGAR CO., LTD.,
Tt e annual meeting of the stockholders
of the OLAA SUC1AR COMPANY, LIMITED,
will te held at the ronm of the Chamber
nf Commerce, In Honolulu, on Wednesday
January 30, 1901, at 10:30 o'clock a in.
Bv order of tl e Board of Directors
r-l.,!EK E. PAXTON
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co., Lt l.
Dated Honolulu. T.H., January 21, 1901.
Election of Officers.
THE PORTUGESE MUTUAL BENE
fit Society of Hawaii at Its icgular annual
meeting, held at Honolulu on January 1 3th
1901, ejected as Its officers for the current
year the following gentlemen :
V. O. Telxelra President
Joao d' Abrew, Jr., Vice-president
M. J. R. Sllva Secretary
A. G. Sllva Treasurer
Boird of Dliectors: Jose Paulo Dlas,
Thomaz Carralho, Sr., F, G. Jardun, Abel
S, Nasclmento and T. Carvalho, Jr.
Board of Auditors: Joao J. Barboza,
J. de Mrdelros C. A. Vlelra, J. C. Quin
tal and A. R. Sllya.
1 747-1 w Secretary.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii, At chambers, ft probata. In
tht matter of the estate H Wlltlim DuJieyHunt. lata
of Honolulu, Oahu. The last win anJ res a rent of
tali de 1 tl, having ben presrnteJ to saU court
togethrr with a letltlm (or thi probate then of, ani
fftf the Istuan a o 1tlen testamentary to Brctty A.
Hunt hi vine bn fi'J Notice 1 1 hereby Riven that
MonJay.the 18th dnyof Teb'uary. A I), igji, at ro
o'clock a m of sali da .at the court nom of ta i
toifrt. at Honolulu, Oahu, t and the same hereby Is
acpolnteJ tht time ani place for proving sitJ wl'l anJ
licarnp sal4 application,
Honolulu, January 4th, too'.
By the court,
tTH'Jan u 1 1, 1 8,j Clerk.
NOTICE TO CRBDIT0R8.
E4lntttiot!lat4oi J. 'J Steoirt, Jtcntr tifr.
nt trie saml duty authcntlcattd and hri ftoft
vouchers, at the ofBco of the ajmlnlurator, T b.
Thompon. In the Magoon b.ttdine. II nolulu.Oahu
Territory ol Hawaii, within ilx (6) months from the
date hereof, or they will te f oreter barred
FUANK E THOMPSON,
Admlnltlrator of theeitateof J. J Stewart deceased.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, thll and day of January,
root. nee-Jin e.4,.T.o.ii,i4.'6.i8.ai,et..n tl
The underbred, htvlnr been duly appointed ad
ministrator rf the utile of Catherine P. Avid, la'e of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, deceased, hereby Rhes
notice to all ere dlto.a of the Oceastd, to present their
claims, duly authenticated with proper vouchers,
even If the same Is secured by mortcars upon real
estate, to him at his Mhco, tor judd Building. Hono
lulu, within sU months from date hereof, and all
rlaims not presented within said time will be foreer
tarred. All persons owlne said estate are reqietttd
to make Immediate payments.
WM. C. PARKE.
Administrator of the es'ate of Catherine P. Auld,
Honolulu, January e, 1901, nii-Jan t.ii.ii l
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is henby clien to all credit rs tuvlnr clilmt
against the estate ol John de Costa, late of Hono
lulu, deceased, U preent the same duly authenticated
and with proper vouchers, at the ontce of the admin
istrator, M. a. Sllva, Honolulu, Oahu, Territory ol
Hawaii, within sU(et months from the date hereof,
or ihey will be f jiever barred,
M. O. SUVA,
Administrator ol the es'ate ol John de Costa,
Dated al Honolulu, Oahu, this 14th Jay of January
'QQt. s it-Jan ii.s'.i8,4
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF Ex
ecution Issued out of the Supreme Court of
the, Territory of Hawaii, on the 20th day
of December,- A. D , 1000, against J. A.
But erfield, defendant, In favor of E. J.
Mon'arrat. nlalntlff. for the sum nf fo.ci.
J have on this 27th diy of December. A.
u., 1000, 1'.vieu upon ami snail expose for
sale at public auction at the Station House,
Kalakaua Hale, In the District of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon, of
Tuesday, the 20th day of Januarv, A.D.,
1001, to the highest bidder, all the r ght,
title, and Interest, of said J. A. Butterfield,
defendant, In and to the following describ
ed property, unless said iudement. Inter
est, costs, and my expenses be previously
All those premises situated at Pawaa,
Punahou, Oahu, known as I ts 12 and 13,
being a portion of premises coveted bv
Apana 2 of L.C.A. 82 ji to LI. mare nartl-
cularlv described In deed of Bruce Waring
and Desky to T. B. Spring, ret-orded In
Liber 155, onpollo4io, said premises be
ing bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at the South corner of these
Lots a Doint on the West side nf Ptin.i-
hou St. bearing North 45 00, East distance
300 feet from the North angle of Domlnls
and Punahou streets, and thence running
norm 45-00-, cast 130 leet along said
Punahou street; thence North 42oo
Weast 125 feet, thence South 45oo
West 150 feet, thence South 41" so bast
125 feet to place of beginning, containing
an area of I8750 sq. feet.
Subject to the following Mortgages, vlr:
(a) Mortgage, T. B. Spring to Trustee
of Oahu College, recorded In Liber i6j,
Hollo 220, for tlree thousand Dollars.
(b) Mortgage, T. B. Spring to L. L.
Cooke. Trustee, recorJeJ in Liber 16),
Folio (j), for two thousand five hundred
(c) MortZ'ee. J. A. Butterfield to Lew
ers and .oake, dated Octoter 3, 1808, re
cordei In Lioer 182, Foilo 181 10 182, for
one thouunJ five hundred Dollars.
CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH.
Deputy Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
December 27. 1000. I72y(it
I hereby give notice that YOUNG CHOCK
HIN has my full power of Attorney duilng
my absence from Hawaii.
i747-3t YOUNG CHEE.
Tenders For Photographic Work
Honolulu, January 24th, loot.
Tenders will be received at the office of
the Board of Health until 12 o'c'ock noon,
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30th, 1001,
for doing Photographic Work, for the pe
riod of eleven months ending December
31st, 1901. Specifications will be seen at
the office of the Board of Health.
The Board of Health Is not bound to
accept the lowest crany bid.
Bv order of the Board of Health.
Leper Settlement Notice.
Office of the Board of Health.
Honoli lu, Jan. 24, 1901.
No person shall enter the limits of the
LEPER SETTLEMENT upon the Island
of Molokal, except upon written permis
sion from the Board of Health as provided
for by resolution of Jan. 23, 1901,
By order of the BoarJ of Health.
I74fr3t ' Secretary.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Ices "Water.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
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